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comment How to run command without “sudo”?
Two critical bits of information are missing: 1) How lftp is being called? The most interesting part is if you're using the full path to the binary of not. 2) How precisely does it fail?
Oct
16
answered Disable Logging on Raspian/Debian
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
25
comment What is the relationship between Unix, Linux, Ubuntu and Debian?
@Izkata, no, but everything you can install there through the "Windows components" window of the "Add/remove programs" control panel applet, is. That's the distinction. Recall that Windows has very little software shipped with the OS to make it usable for any decent task. Typical OS based on GNU/Linux stack ships way more software. Another difference is that, say, Debian fixes security bugs in all those text editors and compilers it ships. Windows does not fix secutiry bugs in WoW and software like it. Hope this helps to locate the line drawn ;-)
Sep
24
comment What is the relationship between Unix, Linux, Ubuntu and Debian?
@terdon, these days, I disagree that a compiler and a text editor are not parts of the OS they 're included in. An OS is a kernel and a set of user-space tools, and that's where the line is drawn. Debian, as an OS, consists of all those 20k+ packages of which the kernel is just a single one. A more interesting point is that Debian offers kernels other than Linux, for instance, kFreeBSD and Hurd.
Sep
15
answered Debian: How to find which repository a package is located in?
Aug
27
revised Running a 32-bit executable on 64-bit Debian Jessie
Add tag 32-bit
Aug
27
revised Running a 32-bit executable on 64-bit Debian Jessie
Provide a link to an article about chroot, add missing bracket
Aug
27
suggested suggested edit on Running a 32-bit executable on 64-bit Debian Jessie
Aug
27
revised Debian grub bootloader can't find windows 7
Fix link
Aug
27
comment New mdadm RAID vanish after reboot
Consider marking my answer as accepted then. And really you should have been commenting on it instead of posting this in the form of an answer (which is isn't).
Aug
27
answered Running a 32-bit executable on 64-bit Debian Jessie
Aug
26
answered Debian grub bootloader can't find windows 7
Aug
26
answered New mdadm RAID vanish after reboot
Aug
19
answered Why doesn't the binary package get reinstalled by apt-get or building from source?
May
27
comment how to install debian7.5 from hard disk in win7?
@it_is_a_literature, with diskpart? No way--it only deals with disks, partitions and volumes; not with file systems. But once you know the partition you need (detail partition called on it lists the volume you're looking for--say, E:), just fire up Windows Explorer and browse that volume (E:, that is).
May
26
revised how to install debian7.5 from hard disk in win7?
Expand on using diskpart to discover the disks and partitions
May
26
revised how to install debian7.5 from hard disk in win7?
Fix formatting and spelling
May
26
suggested suggested edit on how to install debian7.5 from hard disk in win7?
May
26
answered how to install debian7.5 from hard disk in win7?